While just about everyone is going to look at the line-up of SNES games appearing on the Classic and wish for something that wasn’t there, there’s no doubt that some of the system’s absolute best games will be in the box when it ships at the end of September. Super Metroid, Super Mario World, Final Fantasy III, Star Fox, Earthbound, and more make up a list of over 20 games appearing on the mini-console. To top it all off, the previously-unreleased Star Fox 2 will be on the system as well.
At this year’s E3 show, one of the very last things I got a peek at was the game’s sequel, State of Decay 2, a game I’m hoping can make good on the promises of the first while adding something new to the mix. The idea behind Undead Labs’ State of Decay was a really good one. Instead of putting a twist and a contrived story on top of the zombie apocalypse, it simply dropped us into that world and asked us to survive. There’s no president’s daughter to protect, no virus to cure, nothing like that.
“We were looking at a bunch of logistics,” Smith explained. “Our games at Bungie historically have their highest concurrency on the Saturday of their first week. And so by [originally] going out on a Friday, I think we were putting our technical teams at risk.”Destiny 2 was set to release on Friday, September 8, but the release was recently moved forward two days to Wednesday, September 6. Director Luke Smith explained the move in a chat with GamesRadar.
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